This fun event will help raise funds for our mission.
Our mission is to support veterans and their families in times of need.
We accept donations and do events to support our Hardship Grants Fund. 100% of funds collected are made available to the vets and their families with no administrative costs taken by Project Help.
Our mission is to support those who have worn the uniform of our great country. We provide a variety of services and have a number of great partner organizations that we work with to help our vets.
Get involved, We owe them and we are proud to serve them. Call us if you want to help 973-875-2068, Ask for Sandy.
Project Help Mobile Closet is getting ready to hit the road.
November 2, 2017
Project Help Visions in Blank & White.
This is a PhotoShop rendering of what our Mobile Closet will look like.
Over the summer,, teams of volunteers and school personnel will be working on the interior and exterior makeover. Volunteers are invited to sign up for some work hours. If you would like to help, please contact us at 973-875-2068.
Project Help is a 501c3 all volunteer charity. Donations are tax deductible as allowed by the IRS. EIN 81-1804210
At long last, our membership opportunity is up and running. Why should you be a member? Because you care about veterans and their families and want to join us as we provide assistance to then.
It gives you the opportuntiy to be part of our familiy of Patriots who really love our veterans
We are honored to be able to make a difference in the lives of our veterans and their families by giving them a hand up when they need it most.
At Project Help we are dedicated to relieving the suffering caused by homelessness and poverty in the veterans’ community. .
There are approximately 6000 homeless veterans in NJ and about 60,000 nationwide. Most of these men and woman suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD) or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or physical disabilities.
Project Help launches new MEMBERSHIP opportunity at our first annual Open House
Mobil closet and job readiness fair
Renovating the yellow bus into a free popup store.for vets and families. Program launch Fall of 2017